The HORTEN Brothers
Walter Horten (13 November 1913 - 9 December 1998 ) and Reimar Horten (12 March 1915 - 14 March 1994 ), sometimes credited as the Horten Brothers, were German aircraft pilots and enthusiasts. Though they had little, if any, formal training in aeronautics or a related field, the Horten Brothers designed some of the most advanced aircraft of the 1940's, including the world's first jet-powered flying wing, the Horten HO 229. Here are some of their designs and proposed designs.
Horten Ho 7
Horten Brothers and their highly sweptback wing sailplane known as the Horten Ho 7., Sailplanes,
Horten Ho 229 - Northrup Builds A Full Scale Replica To Determine How Stealthy It May Have Been
An article by D.O. "Doc" Myhra and appearing in the Aviation History Magazine featuring Northrup-Grumman's full scale replica of the Horten Ho-229 and its testing at their classified radar test range..
Horten Parabola - Experimental All-Wing Design - Never Flown - Burned Due To Deformation Over Winter
D.O. "Doc" Myhra (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Horten Ho 18b - All-Wing Bomber and Other Aircraft To Be Built At Muhldorf - Semi-Underground Hangar
D. O. "Doc" Myhra (email@example.com)
Horten Ho 229 All-wing Design vs The USAAF P-51 Mustang - Animation
Horton Brothers WWII flying wing design animation of how it would might fare against the North American P-51 Mustang fighter. The war ended too soon for production to really begin. For more informatio...
Horten Ho-18a - 6xJunkers Juno 004B Powered All-Wing Intercontintenal Bomber Design At War's End
A short animated video showing the Horten Ho-18a Amerika Bomber all-wing proposed design by the Horten Brothers from early 1945 WWII Nazi Germany. Design work had already began and construction was to...